What can we learn from a leadership crisis in a Lutheran seminary?

I came across the article “Lutheran seminary faces leadership crisis over president’s past LGBTQ beliefs” by Peter Smith of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette last week.  It documents a “crisis” in a Pennsylvania Lutheran seminary because their president did not disclose during her interviews for the position that she once directed an organization the said “gay

The Church has lost it’s savor

Today is July 24th, 2011, the day same-sex “marriage” becomes legal in New York.  More disturbing to me than the earliest institutions (Gen 2:21-24) being re-written to fit the whims of a few, is the news from one of the leaders of  New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedom (http://www.nycf.info/) stating that the churches didn’t really participate

Why the list?

I was reading Numbers 7 this morning.  This particular chapter has always brought a question to mind.  Each tribe in Israel brings an offering to the dedication of the alter.  The leader of each tribe in it’s turn brings their offering and Moses records the day, leader and tribe for that day.  What I’ve never

Can We Know?

I recently came across an article that told about a group called “We Can Know” that not only claims that we can know when Judgment Day will be, but that it will be May 21, 2011. While I was dubious about their claims, like a Berean I listened to what they had to say and

Be a Berean Network Launched!

In Acts 17:10-11 the Bereans were called more “fair minded” (noble in some translations) then the Thessalonicans.  Here we want to help help Christians cultivate their fair mindedness in the the same way the Bereans did.   Our authors are writing articles on how to live like a Berean in this modern world.  Join in

How could John know?

While reading my devotionals this morning I came across this passage of Scripture:   And John, calling two of his disciples to him, sent them to Jesus, saying, “Are You the Coming One, or do we look for another?” When the men had come to Him, they said, “John the Baptist has sent us to

Our Daily Bread – Study

While I was working on the launch of the Be A Berean Network I read this Our Daily Bread devotional which included the following quote from violinist Midori: “I have to practice for my job and I practice every day. . . . It’s not really the hours, but the quality of the work that
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /hsphere/local/home/ibmteam/beaberean.net/wp-content/themes/ribbon-lite/footer.php on line 45